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Swan Lake at Two Rivers NWR, Calhoun co, ILLINOIS - water is going down with
some mudflats appearing near the boat ramp.
~1000 (+?) AMERICAN WHITE PELICANS are there with only about 20 immature
birds that I could pick out.
Only shorebirds were Killdeer.

Lower Stump Lake, Calhoun co, IL
Shorebird habitat drying up but still some hundred shorebirds there.
Looked like the typical stuff with no buffies in the growing grass. Heat
distortion was bad at that time of the day. Lots of large waders still.

MO
REDA/Pintail pond - back of the pond had several shorebirds but look dot be
the usual stuff

Cora Island Rd still looked good but with only Killdeer and a few peeps
there.

Must have been a major movement of Killdeer again because we found them
everywhere in some odd places.

outta' here.

Charlene Malone
St. Louis co.

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